#1
I have a paper due tomorrow on the Bill of Rights, does anybody know of any good websites or databases that have a lot of primary sources for history?
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#2
Go to wikipedia and use their citations. They actually are quite reliable. Don't use the actual wiki article though.
#3
My school has a searchable electronic database accessed via the Library's website that I always use. Also, there's these things called books. You might have heard about them. Great sources of info and usually very reliable as citations.


Also, try the Library of Congress's website.
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#4
Thanks, that worked like really well. By the way wikipedia is fairly reliable, as there are people both hired and volunteering who check it almost 24/7 and remove anything that isn't cited, but most teachers still won't let you use it.
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My school has a searchable electronic database accessed via the Library's website that I always use. Also, there's these things called books. You might have heard about them. Great sources of info and usually very reliable as citations.


Also, try the Library of Congress's website.

It's 9:00 and the paper's due tomorrow... there's no way I'm finding a book.
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Thanks, that worked like really well. By the way wikipedia is fairly reliable, as there are people both hired and volunteering who check it almost 24/7 and remove anything that isn't cited, but most teachers still won't let you use it.



Wikipedia told me that the character Kel from Keenan and Kel had Asberger Syndrome. I'm pretty sure that's a lie.
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